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Another possibility is that the wheels were not mounted properly by the shop that did the rotation. If they just threw them on and tightened them with an impact that can cause problems because the Tundra wheels are hub centric.
The lug nuts need to be tightened to snug then torqued to 90 ft/lb with a torque wrench in a star pattern. Try loosening all five lug nut the re-tighten them properly.
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